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Alone At Ninety Foot

by Katherine Holubitsky

Orca Book Publishers | July 21, 1999 | Hardcover

Alone At Ninety Foot is rated 5 out of 5 by 2.
Fourteen-year-old Pamela Collins is struggling to come to terms with her mother's death. Somewhat shy, Pamela is thoughtful, full of passion, often funny and sometimes tearful as she learns to cope with the emotional overload the tragedy has brought to her life.

Her favorite things include walking alone in Lynn Canyon Park, the art of Emily Carr, and a certain boy with a "wicked grin." At the moment she dislikes her English teacher, shopping, and being singled out for special treatment because of her mother's death. Pamela is tall and slim and mostly uncomfortable with her rapidly changing body. She is unsure of herself and unsure of the loyalty of her friends.

In Alone at Ninety Foot Katherine Holubitsky has created a realistic portrait of a young woman's fight to gain the strength and courage to face up to the obstacles that life has thrown her way. This is a novel that will make readers both laugh and cry.

Alone at Ninety Foot is Katherine Holubitsky's first novel. She lives in Edmonton, Alberta, with her husband, two children, two Siamese cats and a Clumber spaniel named Nelson.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 224 pages

Published: July 21, 1999

Publisher: Orca Book Publishers

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1551431270

ISBN - 13: 9781551431277

Appropriate for ages: 12 - 16

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Two thumbs up! this book is really interesting. something happens on practically every page. it's about this girl maybe 14 years old, trying to get through life without her mom. it takes place at school, her home, etc...
Date published: 2003-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Alone at ninety foot review When I read the very 1st paragraph of this book I then knew that it was going to be a good book. Poor Pam is trying to deal with the death of her mother and her baby sister April. And being an only child and not really being able to talk to people about it can be hard. Find out how she does it!!
Date published: 2002-07-06

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Alone At Ninety Foot

Alone At Ninety Foot

by Katherine Holubitsky

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 224 pages

Published: July 21, 1999

Publisher: Orca Book Publishers

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1551431270

ISBN - 13: 9781551431277

From the Publisher

Fourteen-year-old Pamela Collins is struggling to come to terms with her mother's death. Somewhat shy, Pamela is thoughtful, full of passion, often funny and sometimes tearful as she learns to cope with the emotional overload the tragedy has brought to her life.

Her favorite things include walking alone in Lynn Canyon Park, the art of Emily Carr, and a certain boy with a "wicked grin." At the moment she dislikes her English teacher, shopping, and being singled out for special treatment because of her mother's death. Pamela is tall and slim and mostly uncomfortable with her rapidly changing body. She is unsure of herself and unsure of the loyalty of her friends.

In Alone at Ninety Foot Katherine Holubitsky has created a realistic portrait of a young woman's fight to gain the strength and courage to face up to the obstacles that life has thrown her way. This is a novel that will make readers both laugh and cry.

Alone at Ninety Foot is Katherine Holubitsky's first novel. She lives in Edmonton, Alberta, with her husband, two children, two Siamese cats and a Clumber spaniel named Nelson.

From Our Editors

Fourteen-year-old Pamela Collins is struggling to deal with something none of us ever want to deal with, let alone as a teenager. She’s thoughtful, funny, tearful and angry as she tries to come to terms with her mother’s death and the overload of emotions it brings. Katherine Holubitsky’s Alone at Ninety Foot is a realistic and heart-wrenching portrait of a young girl trying to wade her way through puberty without a mother.

Appropriate for ages: 12 - 16